From the Washington Post:
Protesters storm U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, trapping diplomats and setting the stage for a long siege https://t.co/cjBP9vGiAc
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) January 1, 2020
From the New York Times:
Demonstrators again swarmed outside the U.S. Embassy in Iraq on Wednesday. Troops fired tear gas in an attempt to disperse them, but after a few hours the militia leaders who had organized the demonstration called on the crowd to leave. https://t.co/55f4sL0TAW
— The New York Times (@nytimes) January 1, 2020
Back in 2012, Burt Likko wrote an essay about the American Ambassador who was killed at Benghazi.
About a month later, Nob Akimoto wrote an essay explaining the difference between a consulate and an embassy.
(Featured image is the Flag of Iraq.)